About the conference
Computational and Mathematical Biomedical Engineering is a rapidly expanding research area with the promise of considerable implications on human health and wellbeing. Computational and mathematical modelling now play a significant role in improving our knowledge of the human biological processes and the pathophysiology of diseases; more appropriate diagnosis tools, along with the development of new instrumentation and medical devices, will enable better clinical outcomes.
The International Conference on Computational & Mathematical Biomedical Engineering aims at bringing together fellow researchers and academics, specialists of several disciplines, practitioners and graduate students with a common interest, to discuss the current state of the art of Computational Biomedical Engineering research.
- Cardiovascular problems
- Respiratory systems
- Biofluid Mechanics
- Soft tissue, constitutive modelling
- Experimental validation
- Numerical methods
- Analytical approaches
- High performance computing
- Biological heat and mass transfer
- Biomechanics and Oncology
- Clinical relevance
- Imaging and image processing
- Uncertainty quantification
- Biomedical devices
Invite & call for papers
Authors are invited to submit extended abstracts of four A4 pages for consideration, on any topics related to Computational & Mathematical Biomedical Engineering. The abstract should be written in the prescribed format. Model templates are available, under the Abstract Submission tab, on the conference website. Accepted abstracts will only be included in the conference program and proceedings if at least one of the authors of the paper is registered by the deadline. Authors of high quality papers will be invited to submit full length papers to a special issue of the Wiley journal ‘International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering’. Proposals will also be considered for mini-symposia; please look under the Mini Symposia tab, on the conference website.
Who should attend?
- Medical doctors
- Practicing and research engineers
- Lecturers/Professors and scientists
- Software developers
- Graduate and research students
- Scientists/Managers from industry